Alaska’s Marine Highway

By April 19, 2013360 North Tune In

–  Sunday at 8:00 pm  –  Enjoy episode one of four documentaries created to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Alaska Marine Highway.  Learn more about the series, our history project and watch a few minutes of the program at http://www.360north.org/amhgoldenanniversary/.

Alaska’s Marine Highway is a production of 360 North.  The series is underwritten by:

  • The Alaska Marine Highway, Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities
  • Travel Alaska, Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development
  • The Southeast Conference
  • The Port of Bellingham, Washington

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Alaska’s Marine Highway

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